Sunday, October 31, 2004

Slang getting rusty?

I found this online slang dictionary that was good for a few laughs.

Wednesday, October 27, 2004

the beginning of the eclipse Posted by Hello
Blood Moon...full lunar eclipse. Posted by Hello

Sunday, October 24, 2004

Star candle Posted by Hello
Use green candles for healing and prosperity. All star candles have magical qualities. The number six (as in six points) is family happiness. Posted by Hello
Goddess please heal my cat. Posted by Hello

Thursday, October 21, 2004

Thursday, October 14, 2004

Crystal Divination

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Wednesday, October 13, 2004

A girl's gotta eat.

Well, I've gone and done it! I've listed 3 of my handmade items on EBAY. It took me all afternoon to figure out how to do it. And so far I only know how to post one photo to each item, so if you need more views, let me know and I'll email you the other photos.

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

My favorite recent photo. Posted by Hello

Monday, October 11, 2004

Before Posted by Hello

After Posted by Hello

With the professor. Posted by Hello

Things I bent at the Psychokinesis Party. Posted by Hello

A spoon and a fork I bent at the Psychokinesis Party on Sunday night. Posted by Hello

Fluffy! Posted by Hello

closeup of beadwork tassle Posted by Hello

rose tattoo and belly dancing beaded bra. Posted by Hello

Looking up. Posted by Hello

Labrodorite pendant. Posted by Hello

Photo test


I attended a psychokenesis party. To see spoon bending with my own eyes and to do it myself is a real belief system modifier. The spoon actually got hot in my hand. To do it, you channel divine energy into it, and when it gets soft, you bend it.

First you connect with it, then you commend it to bend, then you release your connection. Sometimes the letting go is the hardest part. But just like a watched pot never boils, a watched spoon won't bend.

And so it is with prayer or magick. Once you cast it, you must let it go. (And if you are a control freak, that does not come easily). Just let go and let it fly.

The professor said reiki works the same way, or healing with your hands. As for me, I'm keeping my bend spoons, forks and bbq skewers as concrete proof that we can alter what seems to be solid by the force of our mind.

Friday, October 08, 2004

Belly Dance Vest

Today I'm designing a new belly dancing vest from scratch. The trick of sewing is to get flat fabrics to go over curves. So I've now drafted, sewn and taken apart two versions, trying for a more perfect fit. It seems like a lot of work now, but if I come up with a final product I love, I'll be able to use the pattern over and over again, and get pleasure from wearing the vests I make while I dance for years to come. So a little aggravation now will be worth it in the end.

Thursday, October 07, 2004

Big Rubber Ball

Today I find myself pondering how to get back on the positive tip when things haven't exactly gone my way. Sometimes a series of small events that seem relatively insignificant all gang up together as if to find a way to bite a chunk out of me. I just have to visualize myself as a giant rubber ball, bouncing back. No matter what comes my way, I need to bounce back. To be resilient and flexible and to realize that no mood lasts forever. Time to bounce.

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Expand your comfort zone

We all live in an ever shrinking comfort zone. If you spend too much time clinging to the old and familiar, the things that you are comfortable with get smaller and smaller.
Expand your comfort zone by doing something new every day. Write a poem, take up a new hobby, figure out how to crochet, read about fighter planes, draw on some envelopes and mail them to pen pals. Something as simple as changing your hairstyle or rearranging your desk can put you on a fresh path.

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Juggle your way out of a rut.

Are you bored? Need something engrossing to take your mind off your boring life? I just happened upon this juggling vendor that is new to me. The prices are very low, compared to most juggling vendors, so check it out.


Each day an insightful tidbit will float into our lives, like a delicate butterfly. We could easily miss it if we are not paying attention. Consider this journal like a butterfly net, waiting to scoop up the next gemlike butterfly of thought to share with you.